Enter a world of timeless seduction, of ancient intrigue and modern-day passion. Enter the dazzling world of Karen Marie Moning, whose acclaimed Highlander novels have captivated readers, spanning the continents and the centuries, bringing ancient Scotland vividly to life. In a new novel brimming with time-travel adventure and sensual heat, the nationally bestselling author of The Dark Highlander delivers a love story that will hold you in thrall-and a hero you will most certainly never forget.BEWARE: lethally seductive alpha male of immense strength and dark eroticism, do not look at him. Do not touch him. Do not be tempted. Do not be seduced.
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1 . This is a great read....LOVE LOVE LOVE your books
Posted April 02, 2011 by K Brown , AZ CityI think I have read all your Highlander books, and the Fever series too. I have not found any books that kept my attention like yours for years. The Immortal Highlander did not disappoint me, and brought the series together. I will miss Adam Black.
Thank you Karen Moning for your brilliant writing. And I must thank a co-worker Lisa S for getting me and several others hooked on your books.
Hurry now...I can hardly wait till your next tales of adventure.
2 . Usually Not My Thing
Posted June 30, 2009 by Laura P. , Morgan Hill, CAThis book was hot, hot, hot. Not just because the alpha male highlander hero is hot, but because the clever, sassy heroine and snappy dialogue interact with said alpha male to explode off the pages. On top of that, the deep emotional pull of this book sucks you in, and the ending just kills me. I loved this book. I took one star off for all the weird supernatural stuff that never does it for me me, but with that in account, I still highly recommend it. Excellent.
3 . Highlander Heaven
Posted May 09, 2009 by LCM , Vancouver BCcaptivating and erotic
4 . Breathtaking!!!
Posted November 16, 2008 by Cooper , HoustonI loved this book. I read it in one sitting. I am a great fan of Lisa Kelypas, Loretta Chase, Sabrina Jefferies, Liz Carlye, Victoria Alexander,and Stephanie Lauens. I am happy to say that Karen Moning is now part of the list. This is the third Highlander novel in her series I have read, I have no complaints. The last chapter took my breath away!
July 31, 2004
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Excerpt from The Immortal Highlander by Karen Marie Moning
Adam Black stood in the central chamber of the stone catacombs beneath The Belthew Building and watched as Chloe Zanders stumbled about, searching for her Highland lover, Dageus MacKeltar.
She was weeping as if her very soul were being ripped apart. Incessant and piercing, it was enough to split a Tuatha D ' 's head.
Or a human's, for that matter, he thought darkly.
He was getting bloody tired of her constant wailing. He had problems of his own. Big problems.
Aoibheal, queen of the Tuatha D ' Danaan, had finally made good on her long-running threats to punish him for his continued interference in the world of mortals. And she'd chosen the cruelest punishment of all.
She'd stripped him of his immortality and made him human.
He spared a quick glance down at himself and was relieved to find that, at least, she'd left him in his favored glamour: that of the dark-haired, muscular, irresistibly sexy blacksmith, a millennia-spanning blend of Continental Celt and Highland warrior, clad in tartan, armbands, and torque. On occasion she'd turned him into things that didn't suffer the light of day well.
His relief, however, was short-lived. So what if he looked like his usual self He was human, for Christ's sake! Flesh and blood. Limited. Puny. Finite.
Cursing savagely, he eyed the sobbing woman. He could barely hear himself think. Perhaps if he informed her that Dageus wasn't really dead she would shut up. He had to find a way out of this intolerable situation, and fast.
"Your lover is not dead. Cease your weeping, woman," he ordered imperiously. He should know. Aoibheal had forced him to give of his own immortal life-essence to save the Highlander's life.
His command did not have the intended effect. On the contrary, just when he was certain she couldn't possibly get any louder ' and how such a small creature managed to make such a huge noise was beyond him ' his newly acquired eardrums were treated to a wail that escalated exponentially.
"Woman, cease!" he roared, clamping his hands to his ears. "I said he is not dead."
Still she wept. She didn't so much as glance in his direction, as if he'd not spoken at all. Furious, he skirted the rubble littering the chamber ' debris from the battle that had taken place there a quarter hour past between Dageus MacKeltar and the Druid sect of the Draghar, the battle he should never have intervened in ' and stalked to her side. He grabbed the nape of her neck to force her gaze to his, to compel her silence.